lunch is hunter's stew.
One big, hearty helping of hunter's stew. It doesn't
look gorgeous, and I didn't arrange the vegetables and
things to form a lovely picture, but who cares? Stew
is for eatin'.
Long ago a friend taught me this recipe quickly and
succinctly: hunt around in your kitchen for stuff to
put in a stew, and cook it up. I typically have an assortment
of fresh and canned vegetables, and frozen meat of some
kind in the freezer, and I always keep bouillon cubes
on hand, so I can whip up a big pot of this stuff with
no notice and then eat off of it for days. It freezes
well if you avoid items that, well, don't freeze well
(potatoes and rice come to mind). In other words, because
of the low effort and high volume, it's a great "lazy